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Crystal Reports - remove dashes in field

Posted on 2009-07-16
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I am trying to print a field on a report which has embedded "-" in it which I DON'T want to print.  is there a formula for removing embedded character??

Thanks for your help
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Question by:mbroad02
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Try this

Replace({YourField},'-',')

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Create a formula in formula editor as shown above by mlmcc:

Replace({YourField},'-',')

and then insert the formula field on report instead of your old field.
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Very easy to use--thank you
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Minor error in the formula

Replace({YourField},'-','')

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